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Cool It! - When temperatures soar, insulated bottles and hydration systems keep drinks cooler. And drinking cool liquid helps keep your body temperature lower. You can also freeze water in your bottles the night before the ride. But, fill only half way so you can top off with drink before the ride. The ice in the bottom will chill the liquid for a while. You can stuff ice in your hydration reservoir, too, to cool drinks and your back!
A cyclist who does long-distance endurance riding with no outside support, typically not for competition but to complete the course within a certain time limit. According to Randonneurs USA "friendly camaraderie, not competition, is the hallmark of randonneuring." Randonneuring goes back to the beginnings of cycling. The most famous event is Paris-Brest-Paris, a 746-mile test that has to be completed within 90 hours. Begun in 1891, it is still held every four years in August.